Laid out on the shores of Lake Yddingen, the Gamla (Old) course at Bokskogens Golfklubb was the venue for the European Boys Team Championship in 2006 - big tournaments here are commonplace.
LinksGolf Öland (as Grönhögen is now known) is a very pleasant seaside golf course with many links-like features, including a large double green on the shoreline shared by holes 4 and 14.
The golf club at Forsbacka was formed in 1969 and – after a lot of hard work by volunteers on site – seven holes of the new golf course were in play by the summer of 1971...
When you visit Halmstad Golf Club at Tylösand, make sure you include time to enjoy both courses. The Södra (South) is just as much fun to play and is as well maintained as the more famous North course.
At Isaberg Golf Club you will find two scenic 18-hole courses and the Östra (East) course has host to an annual event on the Nordea Tour.
Founded in 1970 and located to the south of Gothenburg, Kungsbacka Golf Club now boasts 36 holes with the Old (Gamla) course being the key layout with its combination of seaside, woodland and open country holes.
Varbergs Golf Club dates back to the 1950s but its two 18-hole courses are of more recent vintage. The Ostra (East) course debuted in 1976 and the Västra (West) was unveiled in 1992...
The Lilla Vik course, or Little Bay in English, is a delightful parkland layout where you can see and taste the Baltic Sea. With for holes set on high ground above the coastline this is the seaside gem at Österlens Golf Club.
Göteborg, or Gothenburg in English, was founded in 1904 and lays claim to being Sweden’s oldest golf club. Now located in Askim, Goteborg is a parkland course with a twist of the seaside.
Dating back to 1924, Kristianstads Golfklubb now operates two 18-hole courses, Åhus Östra and Åhus Västra, with the latter set out in a Muirfield-style as a clockwise 9-hole loop and a counterclockwise 9-hole loop, which helps to heighten the challenge when it’s windy.